Basic Android

Install Android Studio in Ubuntu 14.04
Android Studio became the official development tool and Google recommends the developers to migrate from Eclipse with ADT to Android Studio. Even though in Windows I was able to install it as simple as any other...


Create Android Virtual Device
Once you have installed the Android Studio, the first step is creating your Android Virtual Device for testing purposes. Android Studio might create a default virtual device with the latest Android version. Creating another virtual...


Android - Hello, world!
This article explains the way to create a Hello World Android application using Android Studio. Step by step guidance is provided with screenshots and the sample project is available at Git hub. Start the Android Studio and click...


Relative and Linear Layouts
This article covers the RelativeLayout and LinearLayout which are the basic Android layouts. In the last article Android – Hello, world!, I gave a sample problem to develop. The same screen shot is attached here to explain...


Event Handling
The last Android tutorial, explains the basic layouts in Android. This tutorial covers, the way to add event listeners to user interface components. After completing this tutorial, you must be able to find the user interface components...


Android Activities
Almost all the Android applications need multiple screens. This tutorial explains the way to create multiple activities(screens) in Android Studio. An activity is a combination of a Java class and an XML design. This tutorial...


Android ListView
ListView is the mostly using component in Android to display any list of items. This tutorial explains the way to create a simple ListView application which displays all 23 design patterns and a short description about each...


Android Spinner
In Android combo box is called as Spinner. This tutorial shows you, how to use Spinner in your application. In this article a Spinner is used to display some names of animals and once an animal is selected from the list, a...


Basic Android Database
Android has a built in SQLite database, which is used to store local information. This article shows you, the quick and dirty way to use database in your application. Download and open the Android project provided at this link...

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